Well, you live in an apartment. Does this mean you can’t have fresh vegetables and herbs? No, it doesn’t, creating a garden just takes a little finesse when you are working with smaller spaces and sometimes limited light. Plants have a wonderful way of connecting us to nature as well as clearing the air. Did … More Apartment Gardening
The great depression brought about hardship and high unemployment. The United States was suffering both economically and politically. With this came discontent from the people.The New Deal promised to help ease the struggles of the nation but falls short in ways many could not foresee. The New Deal changed the role of the government, giving … More The New Deal: The American Redemption Or Perdition?
Propaganda continued… Throughout the war and across the lines of war the ideological agendas were as differing as they were similar. It was hard to tell where an Axis country left off and an Allied began in the field of psychological warfare, each equally malevolent in their attacks on their enemy. The Nazi hatred of … More Continuing- Propaganda: Then & Now
Propaganda today follows much the same roadmap once used by both the Axis and Allied forces during WWII. Reasons ranging from; gaining support for their own agenda, to undermining the confidence of the enemy were extolled. War propaganda was present almost everywhere. It could be seen in film, heard on the radio as well as … More Propaganda: Then & Now
“The Betrayal” Standing there by the river, I pleaded with Morgan. Begging her to go to John and tell him what happened, “Why would you kill your husband? You have to know that Cindy can’t be trusted, don’t you know she was in on the plot to kill us all?” Before I could say another … More Dystopia: Revelations
Lessons of generations past! DJ Cooper “Surviving Dystopia” This week we take a journey into the past, an exploration of how things were done in “The Old Days.” For some of us, when we consider things the way they were. Sometimes it is with nostalgia or with a whimsical smile it brings warm fuzzy thoughts. … More Lessons of Generations Past
IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which … More Independence Day
Excerpt from Dystopia:The Long Road Scheduled for release June 2015 John knew deep down, that coming soon would be something that was nothing short of disastrous. He scolded himself as he did often, “I’m not ready for this!” Checking things off in his mind, he began his mental list of things he wanted to … More What is a Cache?
Listen to my blog talk radio interview with the wonderful Rebecca Collins Gatewoods Legacy Radio I offer some insight into the book Dystopia: Beginning of the end and a tiny bit of a preview into the second book in the works now. Sorry to have been a little off grid here lately been working on getting … More Gatewoods Legacy Radio
Well it is finally available for print and Kindle Please feel free to leave feedback if you read the book and tell me what you think. Already well into the writing of book 2 in this series look for it soon as well. Get your copy to day on AMAZON, Dystopia: Beginning of the End